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Nicole Crock Recreates Her Childhood Homes with Paper Boats

 - Jun 27, 2013
References: nicolecrock & junk-culture
In her appropriately titled project 'Release,' artist Nicole Crock allows herself to let go of the past with a series of paper boats that are modeled after two homes she lived in during her childhood, as well as other parts of her life.

Each home is intricately designed so that the artist can honor each space, making each construction full of personal significance as well as intimate meaning. Turning the model home figurines into boats, the artist can send them off on the water, watching as they fade away into the distance, a symbolic gesture of releasing memories from the past with only the photos of the project left to document their leaving.

Nicole Crock lets viewers empathize with her paper boats by making them part of this spiritually cathartic project.